Aereo is a service that let's you watch live television broadcasts via the Internet for $8 a month. Broadcasters like CBS and Fox are not happy about Aereo. They've been suing the three-year-old startup, which is backed by billionaire media mogul Barry Diller, so far to no avail.
If you think you're seeing more video ads, you're right: In the past year, there has been a huge increase in the number of video ads displayed on web pages. According to comScore, in December 2011, only 14 percent of videos had ads attached to them, but in December 2012, that portion was 23 percent.
With veteran Fox TV executive Mike Hopkins as its new CEO, Hulu will throw off its old mantle of TV disrupter as it seeks to work in partnership with cable and satellite companies.The online video site Hulu once had ambitions of ushering in the future of television by shaking up the status quo.
Online video site Hulu is hoping to attract the rapidly growing Latino audience by offering telenovelas and other shows from Univision, Estrella TV and Azteca America.Hoping to attract a rapidly growing U.S.
Simon Fuller, the creator of American Idol, will premiere his new entertainment show on Hulu, the online video site, several months before its expected airing on network television, in a move that signals a shift the dynamics of US broadcasting